My Panasonic HDTV 1080i has been giving me a really bright picture where the colors are so faded, it's hard to see the picture. I just replaced the bulb with a new one, and NOTHING has changed. I've tried to adjust the color settings on the TV but that doesn't change anything either. I thought it was the video cords, but when I hook up my Xbox or DVD player, it's the same faded brightness. I know it's the TV, I just don't know what it is. Someone help me!!!!
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Hi, Adjust the video output settings on the devices connected to your Panasonic HDTV. To view 1080p programming, enter into the service menu on your external device and change "Video Output" to the appropriate resolution. By default, the Panasonic TV is always displaying content in the resolution provided for it by the external device. If your cable box is set to output in "1080i," for example, your TV will display content in 1080i.
Let me know if this fixes the issue. Regards,Suhail
We replaced the lamp on our pr61lcx65 rear projector panasonic tv. We still have colorful spots and now it is getting darker and have yellow on bright picture and red on dark picture running through it. Please help.
Well it seems that your lamp is about to go out, replacing the lamp might jus do it ! Also make sure you get a Philips lamps, they work like a charm.
And regarding the long plastic cover just be a little bity patient and you'll make it come off, just make sure you do remove all the screws.
This model is notorious for needing a new lamp about every 2 years. The lamp is accessed through the front by removing the long plastic cover under the screen (it just pulls off). Under that, to the left of center, is a square cover with one grey plastic screw. Loosen the screw and pull the lamp assembly out. It should just slide right out. Turn it around and look at the lamp. If the lamp face or reflector looks "cloudy" or "misty". Replace the lamp with Philips part number TY-LA1000. Just Google the number and you will find them available for around $100